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Why Change Initiatives in The Workplace Fail
Dr. Craig Knight is the founding director of corporate psychology firm Haddleton Knight, director at Identity Realization Limited, and a faculty member at the University of Exeter. He specializes in the psychology of working environments with especial regard to well-being, creativity, and
The 8 Dos and Don'ts of Change Management
Jada Balster is a marketing director with 12-plus years of B2B marketing experience. Jada is a respected marketing thought leader who is a regular contributor to marketing publications and a speaker at industry events. As marketing director at Workfront, she is responsible for leading the EMEA
3 Ways to Get Work Automation to Work for You (Not Against You)
The robots are coming, and they are coming for our jobs.
This is the fear that has been stoked by headline after headline written about the imminent arrival of the robotic future. Given the pace of advancement in automation and AI, it is only natural for some to imagine a dystopian future rife
How to Motivate Knowledge Workers, Based on Our Newest Survey
With AI (artificial intelligence) becoming a reality in workplaces around the world, knowledge workers are becoming more common and more valuable.
As Steven ZoBell recently explained, mundane tasks are being given to robots (think ATMs and high-tech software), leading to a higher demand for
4 Ways Managers Can Restore Team Members’ Motivation
We all have days when we feel uninspired, unproductive, and unmotivated. We’re human after all. It could be brought on by the lack of energy, a row with a friend, or the haze from an exciting night out. Days like this take their toll on both the quantity and quality of our work.
5 Thought Leaders Weigh In: "What Change Would You LIKE to See in the Future Workplace?"
Change is happening so fast that today’s workplace looks nothing like offices of old. Reports are giving way to live project management dashboards, employees have the chance to work from almost anywhere, and businesses are recognizing the need to offer employees flexibility in when they work.
5 Secret Killers of Your IT PMO
What Skills Will You Need for the Future Workplace? 6 Thought Leaders Weigh In
The workplace is changing fast, and while sometimes it feels like we can barely keep up, it’s vital that we’re prepared for the future too.
More knowledge workers are entering the workforce and there are new uses of technology that make managing work easier. But, the workplace of the future will
30 Tips to Take the Pain Out of Reporting
Reporting. Whether you love it or hate it, it’s a necessary part of work life. Regardless of where you fit on the love/hate spectrum for reporting, there is always something you can do to make it a little less painful, more engaging, and helpful for everyone involved.
Below are 30 tips to ensure
4 Keys to the Future of Work
In the enduring French historical novel Les Misérables, Victor Hugo writes:
“There is nothing like a dream to create the future.”
I want to talk about the future. While my previous post discussed the forces that are changing the modern enterprise of today—digitization, millennials, and
3 Workplace Revolutions and Future Innovations
There’s a major shift happening in the workplace right now. The way we collaborate, plan projects, and manage our workload is changing, and if businesses aren’t ready they will quickly be left behind.
Understanding exactly what is causing this change gives us some insight into what businesses can
Your Workplace Has to Get Flexible or Die: 5 Reasons Why
Flextime is a trend that’s on the rise and it’s here to stay.
In our recent State of Enterprise Work report, we surveyed 2,001 workers and found that three-fourths of them have some ability to take flextime. We also found that the average worker does their work from home for eight hours per week